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J.R. Dunn Jewelers Goes Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Jeweler donates a portion of your online purchase to the breast cancer charity of your choice.

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(PRESS RELEASE) LIGHTHOUSE POINT, FL — Family owned luxury jeweler, J.R. Dunn Jewelers, is going “pink” in support of Breast Cancer Awareness for the month of October. With its Shopping Gives program on jrdunn.com, 5% of your online order will go to support the Breast Cancer Charity of your choice including the Boca Raton Regional Hospital Lynn Cancer Institute, Susan G. Komen, and National Breast Cancer Foundation.

“We wanted to dedicate this month towards the fight for a cure and to promote Breast Cancer Awareness. It’s something that hit very close to home this year, affecting so many of our friends and family. It doesn’t get any closer than your mom and two sisters,” said Ann Marie Dunn.

J.R. Dunn is also giving away a Roberto Coin Diamond Ribbon Necklace in 18k gold worth $680 in an effort to raise as much awareness as possible. The ribbon stands as a symbol of hope for all those fighting against Breast Cancer, something near and dear to the Dunn’s hearts. To enter for a chance to win, go here and enter your information, follow them on Instagram @Jrdunnjewelers, and share with friends for a better chance of winning.

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